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      Hello. I have noticed a great deal of confusion regarding how to use the report feature and what is expected regarding reports, so I am making a clarification announcement to users who may be unfamiliar with how the report feature works. Please note we have this rule regarding reports: 16.  Do report. Do not make frivolous reports (such as "I don't like this person"). Frivolous reports will result in a warning and possible ban. a. When reporting, please give a reason. Reports citing what rule the post is breaking and giving some information are way more valuable and will get the issue resolved faster. (Reports with no explanations sometimes require mods to go through and skim the entire thread to find out what's going on. Please save us time if you can). b. Don’t waste the mods’ time. Report people for breaking the rules, otherwise don’t report. [Rules in their entirety can be found here.] We also have a wonderful tutorial on how to use the report feature created by one of our former moderators which you can find here. In essence, we enforce the rules as they are written. In a rare occasion there may not be a direct violation but the user is still conducting themselves inappropriately and how we handle that is up to the moderators discretion. We do our best. We also encourage you to use the report feature to report posts that have been edited down to nothing or if you double posted and would like your double post hidden. Also, please note that we do not provide updates on reports. We get far too many to be able to keep up with every one. You are welcome to message a moderator to ask about your report, but please know that we cannot and will not divulge any information on whether we banned the user you are reporting. Simply that we have taken appropriate action. I hope this helps provide further clarification on how to use the report feature. Should you have any questions not clear in these instructions, please feel free to message me or Nyx. Thank you. *Please allow up to 3 business days (as we tend to be slower on weekends) for a response and for reports to be cleared.

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  1. papercrane added a post in a topic General Venus Angelic Thread #4   

    I won't be suprised at all if Venus's next photo will be a pornified version of this 
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  2. papercrane added a post in a topic General Venus Angelic Thread #4   

    Considering how much she edits her face and angles her camera to look smol, I think it's the case here too. She's naturally wide-framed/big-boned, so her bones being prominent is not weird but it looks like she resized everything to look petite.
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  3. papercrane added a post in a topic General Venus Angelic Thread #4   

    Actually, AV actresses never go by their real name. Some even debut many times under different pseudonyms and make up a new date of birth each time. They just use real-sounding names. Many get married later and have kids. The only way people find out their real name is if they announce it(which practicallyn none of them do, except for some former idols/models who used it as a selling point). Also, they never link their personal social media and never post personal details on their official blogs and accounts. I'm not saying sex work is a good job, just pointing out about their privacy, which they value a lot. 
    Obviously, this doesn't apply to Venus, who is just idiotic about letting the whole internet know that she's doing nudes now and not even age restricting her account. 
    Edit: also, Japan isn't exactly great with women's rights, and women at many jobs earn significantly less than men.They even still have enjo kosai happening(if the term isn't clear, it's school girls sleeping with older men for expensive gifts/money). Some actually view AV as a quick way to earn money, as freaky as it is, not as a real career.
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  4. papercrane added a post in a topic Taylor R - Social Media Updates   

    Same thing as all the other influencers. It's just a big new trend in the English speaking part of the Internet, and I doubt even a half of them actually cares, it's all for show to gain "good person" points and new fans.
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  5. papercrane added a post in a topic General Venus Angelic Thread #4   

    I can't see the picture, but is it Gemma aka Gemma Cruel, the blonde girl from the girl group Cruel Angels (that group with BeckiiCruel), who has later become a gravure model? If it's her, she's actually been steadily working in Japan for years and  has Japanese audience, so no wonder Venus wanted to collab - it would give her a chance to try for a Japanese following that she so desperately wants and never has gained (and also no wonder Gemma ignores Venus).
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  6. papercrane added a post in a topic General Venus Angelic Thread #4   

    AV industry is not kind, just like any other country's porn industry. But the one very big difference between AV and other porn industries is that the AV actresses don't have much chance to last long(and by long I mean at least 3-5 years). Very few AV actresses last longer than even 2 years - and foreigners even less. The famous names or even semi-famous names are the exceptions. Even if you have a "selling point" in the beginning (like, a stunning beauty, a foreigner, a loli, a former idol, huge boobs, etc), interest of the audience wanes very quickly - mostly because there are just thousands of other actresses to choose from. And unless the actress just happens to sell great and gain lots of fans by doing simply "regular" porn, they are forced into more and more weird fetishes to try to make a profit - and many quit. 
    Ever heard of the former AKB48 member Nakanishi Rina(in her AV career, Yamaguchi Rico). She was the first of the 48 group members to go into AV. It was a huge news at that time - mostly because it was right after AKB started having hits and gaining public love after RIVER. It was the perfect time to debut. And she debuted under a big company, and then transferred to another big company. But her AV career lasted for 2 years. And despite earning a lot for her first DVD, her second already had bondage. She did cosplay but never went into the weirder stuff, and her sales dropped because the novelty wore off.
    Now as for Venus, she's not pretty enough to just rely on her looks(she filters her pics and videos to the max, while professional camera won't be forgiving) and she won't even really fit into any AV niches. She's not young looking or cute, so she won't fit the loli label no matter how hard she wants to, especially considering the loli niche is already filled with actually very young looking actresses(lots of whom still have to regularly do weird fetishes in order to stay relevant and make money). She won't fit the foreigner niche because she tries so hard to look and act Japanese, and that's the only niche she could milk, really (but even then, June's career only lasts a while because she does weird fetishes). Cosplay is done by tons of AV actresses, so she won't even be able to be a standout in that. And the same goes for idol niche. Honestly, Venus doesn't really even have a chance to not do weird fetishes if she decides to go the AV route - and she would be extremely lucky to get signed even with a middle level company, like June's.
    There's a very good interview on youtube with a former AV actress Emiri Okazaki, who tells it like it is - most of the girls doing AV start it as a quick way to get famous and earn some money, while not expecting the feelings they would get afterwards, and the way they can get treated.
     
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  7. papercrane added a post in a topic General Venus Angelic Thread #4   

    So I guess the one thing that Venus is consistent in is her dream to become an idol. And now it doesn't matter what type of idol, as long as it's called idol  
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  8. papercrane added a post in a topic General Venus Angelic Thread #4   

    This is still very photoshopped too, just without the usual super bright filter. 
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  9. papercrane added a post in a topic General Venus Angelic Thread #4   

    No, Venus doesn't even try to break free from her past persona - her past persona was all about posting sexualised pictures of looking doll-like, making those AV-like faces in her eating videos, tagging her videos with U-15(under 15 y.o. gravure) and she's still into all the kawaii stuff, just now she doesn't pretend it's all innocent. 
    Miley Cyrus actually changed her persona completely. Venus is the same persona that she was but with nudity.
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  10. papercrane added a post in a topic General Venus Angelic Thread #4   

    Venus should stop claiming she's doing gravure. Gravure models never fully undress or post nudes, unlike Venus. They never have fully topess pics, nipples are always covered. Gravure doesn't include nudity - only AV actresses(aka p0rnstars) get naked in their photobooks, gravure models never do. 
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  11. papercrane added a post in a topic General Venus Angelic Thread #4   

    I don't feel sorry for her. She has already shown herself to be a manipulative liar, entitled and spoiled to expect everything to go her way without putting any effort into it. She lied about having mental illness to get sympathy points after her sh*tty behaviour couldn't be turned into "that was all Margo, not Venus!!111!". Then she tried it again after the first lie stopped protecting her poor victim self after more of her sh*t.
    She has not shown any positive qualities - posting super mega shooped pics in cute outfits isn't a positive quality, neither is buying a doll or a hamster. 
    Oh, some lazy entitled assh*le is ruining her chances of decent future by posting nudes because she's too lazy and entitled to get a normal job available at her level of no education and no skills, oh poor her  
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  12. papercrane added a post in a topic Unpopular opinions   

    It's astounding how people are acting like wispy bangs are a super new never seen before trend invented by Korea. It's not, those wispy bangs were so popular almost everywhere in the 90s -early00s - it was actresses like Jennifer Love Hewitt, Hillary Duff, Luisana Lopilato, Sarah Michelle Gellar and literally almost everyone. Many people have worn those bangs over the years but suddenly Koreaboos decided to claim it as "that's Korean!!!'
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  13. papercrane added a post in a topic Taylor R - videos #3   

    Actually, it's one of those videos that can get surprisingly many views - bangs cutting, especially diy, can often go viral even on smaller channels. And "Korean" bangs seem to be the new haircut trend, so no wonder Taylor jumped on that.
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  14. papercrane added a post in a topic General Venus Angelic Thread #3   

    "If there's no Venus, there's one more person suffering, one less helpful friend to be there" - says Venus, toxic friend extraordinaire 
    And that picture doesn't look like her at all! It's just as bad as Dakota's past shoops!
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  15. papercrane added a post in a topic General Venus Angelic Thread #3   

    So now, after already self-diagnosing herself with bipolar, she decides to self-diagnose herself with social anxiety too, since the previous fake diagnosis stopped getting her pity points and excusing her laziness, entitlement and sh*tty behaviour  
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